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Bees & Butterflies Wildflower Meadow MAS-SUN-BB

Quick Overview

  • A mix of over 18 Native & Non Native Wildflowers, 7 grass species.
  • Lots of Colour in first year. Perennials come back year after year.
  • Attractive to Bees and Butterflies
  • Sow at 5 grams to the square metre
Name Price
50 grams
100 grams
500 grams
1 Kilo
10 Kilo


 A mix of over 18 Native and non Native Wildflower Species , 7 grass species.

New mix contains;

Bee friendly species such as Bee Balm, Native red clover and Borage

Butterfly friendly species such Blazing Star Flowers, Cornflower and Lesser Knapweed

Free Establishment & Maintenance Notes. The application rate is 5 grams per square metre or yard. Sow Mid March to Mid May or Mid August to Mid September.

Sow at 5 grams to the square metre.

The annual will flower in the first year. Then the perennials will come back from year two year after year. Grows to about to 1 to 1.5 metre. 

Additional Information

Flower Colours Varied
Plant Height up to 1.5 metres
Mixture Details Birdsfoot Trefoil 0.4%, Blazing Star Flowers 0.6%, Borage 0.2%, Common Vetch 2%, Cornflower 1.8% Cosmos 1%, Crimson Clover 1%, Ladys bedstraw 1%, Lesser Knapweed 1%, Maltese Cross 2% Bee Balm 0.4%, Native red Clover 1%,Sainfoin 3%, Small Scabious 0.4% Dwarf Sunflowers 2%, Wild Carrot 1%, Wild Marjoram 0.2%, Yellow rattle 1% Browntop bent 5% Crested Dogstail 5%, Sheeps Fescue, 23%, Chewings Fescue 25%, Slender Creeping Red Fescue 20%, Yellow oat Grass 1%, Sweet Vernal Grass 1%
Flowering Season May to September
Setting Most soils types some sun

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